Starry Night - Poem by Caitlin McGonigal
I went out to meet a friend
whom my love for would never end.
I have loved him for so long
But for some reason he always get me wrong.
We met up & went dancing.
I was spinning & twirling & laughting & prancing.
It got hot so we went outside.
The rest of this poem gives him lots of pride.
He jumped up on a wall
it was made if brick and very tall.
He helped me up sp we just sat and stared for awhile.
My feeling for him flowed longer than the nile.
He pulled me close; onto his lap.
I thought to myself if i was lost with him i wouldnt want a map.
After awhile he jumped to the ground,
and like a gentleman, he helped me to get down.
It was a bright night, but we couldnt see the stars.
Cuz the street lights were on, as well as the headlights of cars.
He picked up a rock & threw it at the light,
that way the stars had a chance to shine bright.
It was a romantic place,
with large and long wide open space.
He took my hands & asked for a dance.
While in his arms, i fell into a trance.
We grew tired, and rested on stairs.
He looked me in the eyes so i said this isnt fair.
He replied by sayin 'Im thinkin bout doin somethin tonight.'
I said ok, just make sure to do it right.
For a few moments,
only he appeared
everything else faded
it all disappeared.
It was me and him alone together.
I wish he wanted to be with me forever...........
All the stars were shining bright.....
And he kissed me,
On that starry night.
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